Fulcrum BioEnergy

The government has awarded Fulcrum BioEnergy £16.5m for a facility at Stanlow that will convert black bin bag waste to jet fuel.

Fulcrum BioEnergy’s NorthPoint facility will convert the waste into liquid fuel on a commercial scale, with operations expected to start in 2027.

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